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Around 200 US officers in their letter acquired by New York Times, have urged the President-elect Donald Trump not to reinstate the practice of torture.

" Based on our experience — and that of our nation's top interrogators, backed by the latest science — we know that lawful, rapport-based interrogation techniques are the most effective way to elicit actionable intelligence," says the letter, signed by 176 retired officers.

As reported earlier, during the election debates Trump said, that he "liked" waterboarding, and as a president, he would restore "a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding."

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